SIX NATIONS – Police have arrested and charged 35-year-old Holly Martin of Brantford, Ontario with accessory after the fact to murder, contrary to section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada on Wednesday, July 12. She is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court, Brantford at a later date to answer to the charge. A 17-year-old girl was
SIX NATIONS – Police have arrested and charged 35-year-old Holly Martin of Brantford, Ontario with accessory after the fact to murder, contrary to section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada on Wednesday, July 12. She is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court, Brantford at a later date to answer to the charge.
A 17-year-old girl was arrested the same day and has been charged with second-degree murder.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Six Nations Police Service are continuing their investigation into Douglas Hill, the 48-year-old man who was last seen on Saturday, June 24. His whereabouts are currently unknown.
“Based on the overwhelming amount of information we have received from the Six Nations community we now have reason to believe that this case has moved on from a missing person case to a homicide case,” said OPP Constable Ed Sanchuk outside of the Six Nations police station on Thursday, July 13. “There are currently searches being conducted all over the territory. The community has been very helpful in sending us information. If people within the community see police cars on the side of the road over the next day or two, don’t be alarmed, we are just conducting our search as fast as possible so we can bring some closure to the family.”
Sanchuk said that the Hill family is currently not reaching out to speak with media at this time.
“The OPP is here on the territory assisting our Six Nations partners in the search,” he said. “We will be sending updates and releases out as we get them. We’re hoping to have located Mr. Hill by the end of today.”
Chief Glenn Lickers of Six Nations Police Service is urging anyone with information to contact Six Nations Police.
“Investigators continue to receive calls from community residents that are assisting with this ongoing investigation. I am urging anyone with any information, no matter how trivial, to contact Six Nations Police. As a community, we need to bring some closure to the family of Douglas Hill.”
Hill is described as an indigenous male, five-foot-five, weighing approximately 167 pounds. He has a thin build, long dark hair in a ponytail, is known to wear prescription sunglasses and has facial hair with a visible tattoo of a feather on his right cheek.
Investigators are urging anyone with information surrounding this incident to contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or Six Nations Police Service at 519-445-2811.
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